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China is about to launch a new alternative financial system—here's how it could mortally wound the US dollar.
One day soon, Americans will wake up to a new reality...
The one thing Ron Paul told me would precipitate the US dollar’s collapse is about to happen...
“The lesson from the internet is, anything that China bans, invest in it.”
A huge economic war between the US and China is just around the corner...
It’s a political weapon. And the US is not shy about using it.
Most people don’t realize it, but it could dislodge the dollar as the world’s reserve currency.
Doug Casey says the largest economy on the planet will soon no longer be America's—but China's.
How China could destroy the U.S. dollar and cause a huge spike in gold.
The U.S. tried to avoid this for over 100 years… but now it is happening.
Countries fall from grace with amazing speed.
You don’t have to be on the losing team in this high-stakes chess match.
Doug Casey says there’s good reason to believe the trend towards World War III is accelerating.
If China upends the international financial system, it will be devastating to millions of unprepared Americans.
This new currency war with China will wreak absolute havoc on the lives of millions of ordinary Americans, much sooner than most people think.
Eurasian integration, and the US attempt to block it, will be the most important story for the next 10 years. There could be huge profits for investors who position themselves correctly ahead of this monumental trend.
Historically it's a month with more than its fair share of negative economic events. This year, there are warning signs aplenty.
When you open an account in Hong Kong or China, you can also get access to China UnionPay, the Chinese payment processing system and an alternative to Visa and MasterCard.
We are passing through the early stages of a period of dramatic change. The economic and political world is in the process of turning upside down.
The Chinese economy just overtook the United States economy to become the largest in the world.
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Will Asia have its day in the sun, or will economic mismanagement lead to a major collapse?
You must consider a non-American credit/debit card—one that is not under the sway of the US government—irrespective of whether you’re American or not in order to diversify your political risk.
An alternative credit card solution not susceptible to edicts of the US government.
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This eye-opening article explains how China is influencing gold demand and prices and what it means for Western investors.
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Last major FATCA holdout falls.
Traditionally, bluster and braggadocio are not consistent with Chinese behavior. The Chinese tend to take a quieter, more thoughtful approach, one that employs patience and careful timing.
It is well known that holding uncorrelated asset classes in our investment portfolio gives diversification benefits. In the same sense, diversifying among competing or rival countries or jurisdictions helps to maximize freedom by mitigating political risk.
With a second SWIFT system in place, combined with the end of the US dollar as the world's default currency, the US dominance over international financial system may well end.
Many native speakers of English are considering a fulfilling career as language educators in Asia. This is not surprising at all, given the high demand for ESL/EFL (English as a Second Language/English as a Foreign Language) teachers in the thriving economies of the region and the reeling job market at home. In fact, quite a number of people from the US, UK, Australia, and other English-speaking countries have already made the decision to leave their home nations and seek more satisfying careers elsewhere in Asia.
While the name "International Man" may be gender specific, the stories and suggestions we offer are certainly not intended to be. There are a number of readers that fit in the "International Woman" column and today's featured article is just for them. In the piece, expat writer Erica Knecht speaks to us on a very personal level about finding these new roles through her experiences living overseas as an "expat wife". A Canadian now living in Japan, she has also lived in China and India, following her husband as he moved around from job to job - through the good, the bad, the highs and the lows.
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